Flex released maintenance release 18.104.22.168 on May 1, and released Flex maintenance release 22.214.171.124 on May 15.
Contents of 126.96.36.199 included:
- Removal of the “Content Manager” permission.
- Bug fix for an issue with financial document permissions the prevented users for expanding inventory in the details block.
- Bug fix for an issue with the “Can Create and Manage Contacts” pop up occurring at the wrong time.
- Bug fix for an issue with substituting items with contents and their pricing.
- Bug fix for an issue that caused errors when adding notes to Event folders.
- Bug fix for an issue where items with mutual contents were not being displayed properly.
- Bug fix for an issue where availability was negatively impacted by pending returns.
- Bug fix for an issue where copying and pasting a line item did not inherit the default time.
- Bug fix for an issue where copying a quote would not reset the element type default.
- Bug fix for an issue where custom fields would not display on the calendar properly.
- Bug fix for an issue where changing the item type from retail to rental did not change the availability.
- Bug fix for an issue where copying a transfer order would not properly display availability.
Contents of 188.8.131.52 included:
- Performance fix for Free Scan Out hanging for select customers.
- Bug fix for purchase PO Availability not calculating.
- Bug fix for the copy and paste error.
- Bug fix for an issue where the total due on the quotes list would not update with payment on the corresponding invoice.
- Bug fix for an issue where the availability details window showed elements with the incorrect status.
- Bug fix for an issue causing emails to not be sent.
- Bug fix for an issue where special characters were not exporting to QBO.
- Bug fix for an issue where security groups could be put into a loop.
- Bug fix for an issue where the audit trail page would not sort by date.
- Improvement to multi-currency allowing the ISO code to be used when the currency symbol cannot be.
Flex is moving to a faster sprint format in the method of Agile development, and we’ll be transitioning to monthly releases that are smaller in scope but occurring more frequently. We believe this transition will be beneficial to the effectiveness our internal engineering and quality assurance teams, ensure smoother releases for our customers, and result in more efficient delivery of bug fixes for our customers.